California museums go playful in honor of April Fool’s Day – NBC Los Angeles

What there is to know

  • State attractions welcome April Fool’s Day in fun and creative ways on social media
  • The Museum of Neon Art and The Huntington both released winky entries on Friday, April 1, 2022
  • Was a ghost seen at the Winchester Mystery House? Hmm…

Honestly, “honestly” is not a word often associated with the first day of the fourth month.

But we have to honestly say this: the incredible offerings from the Golden State’s many museums, cultural attractions, natural wonders, and offbeat destinations are so amazing year-round, making us honestly believe a social message that claims something is wrong. extraordinary prepares at these places.

Honestly, we will, at least for a second or two.


A nearby calendar gently reminds us that the ultimate occasion for mischief, this prank party, is happening, and we need to take a breath and accept that playing fool every once in a while is an essential human activity.

It’s April Fool’s Day and a number of gems from Los Angeles and all over California are connecting with their fans with a bit of silly fun.

The social posts created for April Fool’s Day 2022 are creative, joyful and more than a little wink, and we need to pause to take off our silly caps for…

The Huntington Library, Art Museum and Botanical Gardens, which suggested he was change its world famous name and the whole mission, a surprising transformation inspired by the well-known waterfowl of the San Marino property.

The Museum of Neon Art, in Glendale, which has just shared an upcoming bodybuilding program on its schedule, classes that involve lift vintage signs which often weigh several tons each.

The Catalina Island Conservancy, for giving us a double take when they posted that the beloved Catalina Island fox had took on a new lookreminiscent of another (and much larger) island icon.

The Winchester Mystery House, San Jose, for its proclamation that a real ghost was seen on a ballroom camera. You will have to follow the link to see what they have shared. Yeah.

And the California Wildlife Center, based in Malibu? All we can say is that it is a huge hummingbird hanging out on that soda can.

Will other local and regional wildlife groups, parks, attractions and museums be partying, all to give their followers a sweet laugh and/or a smile?

Keep a calendar closed and remember the date as you scroll, especially when you come across a particularly odd, whimsical, and slightly frisky message.

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